Celebrated pianist Mark Hambourg plays 'Prelude in C Sharp Minor' - dupe of PT 108.
Full titles read: "Now Pathetone has pleasure in presenting another 'Star' MARK HAMBOURG, the celebrated pianist playing.... The famous 'Prelude in C Sharp Minor' by Rachmaninoff."
Pathe Studio, London.
Mark Hambourg stands by grand piano and introduces Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C Sharp Minor. He tells of its "extraordinary appeal to popular imagination" and explains it has been played all over the world and arranged for every instrument, even adapted for jazz dancers.
He sits at piano and plays. Includes close shots of his hands on keyboard. He stands and bows at end of piece.
Followed by title trailer telling us to 'Look out for next week's Pathetone with Norman Long, the Celebrated Entertainer.'
This is duplicate of item in Pathetone PT 108 - see separate record for details.